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Was 2017 the watershed year for Zimbabwe?

A LOT happened in November 2017. The question is: When most of these events are taken together in terms of their significance, do they amount...

Towards a new economy

VARIOUS stakeholders have over the years crafted blueprints and come up with strategies to revive the economy battered by more than a decade of...
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‘Catch them young’…to cultivate a reading culture

THE first school term of 2018 commenced this week with both parents and learners hopeful that, come end of year, good results will be...

‘Economic revival is everyone’s responsibility’

ANOTHER new year! Another moment for reflection. The beginning of each year provides the opportunity for one to reflect on the year gone by. We take time...



Thatcher cornered at Lusaka Conference

By Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu AT the August 1979 Lusaka Commonwealth Heads of State Conference, the recently elected British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, was virtually confronted...

Culture and our unforgiving and unforgotten past

WORD reached us, in hushed tones, during the morning school assembly, (pamutsetse); a Grade Seven boy, a sports star at the school, had killed...

2018 and rebuilding Zimbabwe

Rhodies wiped out at Ngundu


2018: Year of the People

EDITOR — I write to your esteemed newspaper to wish Zimbabwe a prosperous year! The same message goes to your editorial team which has done...


Understanding African spirituality

By Charles T.M.J. Dube AS we begin the new year, I thought it prudent to touch on issues to do with our spirituality for the...

Nurse aides vital to health…compassionate care, attention help recovery

By Gamuchirai Mugadzaweta MANY a time after a patient has been discharged from hospital, instructions for home-based care are given to ensure full recovery. Qualified personnel...


Bright prospects for economy

THE new year ushers hope for better prospects, and for Zimbabweans, the new political dispensation is a plus. Everyone is looking forward to what the...


Improved yields expected this season

THIS year started off on a high note with stakeholders in the agricultural sector anticipating a fruitful season. Improved yields are expected. This is despite the...

Cattle fencing: Part One…good fence keeps neighbours happy

COLONISATION brought with it the need to ‘enclose’ our livestock; ending the days of the unregulated communal grazing. Complex contemporary laws to regulate the...


How much do artistes know about royalties?

IF airplay netted local musicians money, then one Mukudzei Mukombe, aka Jah Prayzah, would be a millionaire just from his latest album Kutonga Kwaro. Not...


Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul...

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ZANU PF Election Manifesto

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Constitution Of Zimbabwe


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